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2010-08-09
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MapleSim 4, the latest release of Maplesoft’s high-performance physical modeling and simulation tool, includes a new 3-D construction feature that saves engineers time when developing multibody models.
2010-08-09
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The IZT S1000 signal generator platform combines the functions of multiple conventional radio frequency (RF) generators into one compact, flexible RF test source with support of most radio broadcast standards, such as FM, RDS, HD Radio, DAB, DAB+, DMB, Sirius, and XM.
2010-08-06
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The AS5165 from austriamicrosystems is a contactless magnetic angle position sensor for measurement over a full 360°.
2010-08-06
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International Rectifier offers an expanded family of automotive-qualified power MOSFETs for applications requiring low on-state resistance.
2010-08-06
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The OpenECU M250 and OpenECU M220 vehicle electronic control units (ECUs) from Pi Shurlok are designed for applications requiring compact enclosures with low to medium input/output connections.
2010-08-06
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SMK Electronics designs the two-step "touch anywhere" resistive force feedback touch panel for car navigation equipment.
2010-08-06
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MicroAutoBox II from dSPACE is the next generation of the company’s compact rapid control prototyping platform for in-vehicle use.
2010-08-06
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Mecel’s Audio Video Remote Control v1.4 (AVRCP1.4) Bluetooth profile is capable of handling mobile phone connectivity services for a "future-proof head unit."
2010-08-05
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ArvinMeritor Inc. has announced its intention to invest $23 million over the next five years to expand its advanced technologies capabilities at its technical center in Troy, MI. This project is expected to create 125 engineering and technical jobs at the company by 2014.
2010-08-05
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Improved pedestrian safety, a major element of Volvo’s research, is one of the highlights of the new “4-door coupe.”
2010-08-05
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Automotive infotainment systems in 2010 are entering their fourth generation of evolution, a phase for which they allow consumers to customize their own experience, according to iSuppli Corp. Advances in silicon technology mean that the new architecture can launch with a feature set that is not predefined on the production line.
2010-08-05
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Bright Automotive and General Motors have agreed to pursue a strategic relationship, with GM already providing funding to the two-and-a-half-year-old automaker based in Anderson, IN. Funding through the newly formed General Motors Ventures, LLC will allow Bright to ramp up development of the production program for the IDEA plug-in hybrid commercial vehicle (CV) in the third quarter of this year.
2010-08-04
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Experiments conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as well as at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory demonstrate that partial blending of two fuels in the cylinder can promote a more ideal combustion process.
2010-08-04
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Concept Laser’s quality management system for real-time monitoring of the LaserCUSING process, also known as selective laser melting, includes an evaluation of the process data, which can be adapted to the customer’s documentation.
2010-08-04
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A burning tire from an earthmoving vehicle is a potential time bomb. The large tires often found on off-road vehicles have been known to explode during fires, throwing debris up to 900 ft (274 m). Because the potential danger is considerable, SAE International has published a report to help first-responders and firefighters safely battle fires involving tires of large, off-road vehicles.
2010-08-03
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Electronic design engineers can use Ansoft Designer 6.0’s Solver on Demand technology to analyze signal integrity, power integrity, and electromagnetic interference problems from a single schematic- and layout-based environment.
2010-08-03
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TAT Technologies Ltd. has entered into a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Lockheed Martin for the procurement of TAT components for the F-16 emergency power unit and additional related components. Total value of the MOA is $4.1 million over the next two years.
2010-08-03
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The XR Series II from Magna-Power Electronics features 8-kW models at 2U (3.25 in) high.
2010-08-03
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NASA has awarded a sole-source interim contract for electrical systems engineering services to MEI Technologies. This interim contract is a cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract that will ensure program continuity and critical mission support.
2010-08-02
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Jet Edge‘s five-axis water-jet cutting technology features Intelligent Kerf Compensation (IKC).
2010-08-02
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The HMEC 461 headset from Sennheiser is designed primarily for private pilots operating propeller and turboprop aircraft.
2010-08-02
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Dolphin Integration and Infolytica have combined solutions for mixed signal and electromagnetic field simulation to perform mechatronic system simulation.
2010-08-02
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BASF Polyurethanes has added Elastollan 785 A 10 high-performance material to its product line of thermoplastic polyurethanes for cable sheathing.
2010-08-02
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A line of premium exhaust systems from Corsa Performance Exhausts are offered for the 2011 Ford Mustang 5.0-L V8 and 3.7-L V6 engines.
2010-07-30
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GM announces R-1234yf systems for 2013 model year, but improved R-134a systems, with CO2 emissions credits for reduced leakage and higher efficiency, offer an alternative.
2010-07-29
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With Tesla founder Martin Eberhard working at its Silicon Valley electronics laboratory, VW is the object of a persuasive research effort to consider the 18650 lithium-ion cell long used in laptops, also adapted for the Tesla roadster.
2010-07-29
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A leading supplier of driving-while-distracted solutions, cellcontrol, has adapted its cellcontrol technology to Class A (SAE J1939), an industry standard that will allow cellcontrol to operate within a variety of fleet vehicles including commercial vehicles, school buses, heavy equipment, and other Class-A vehicles.
2010-07-29
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Deutz AG and the Same Deutz-Fahr Group have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their collaboration in the market for agricultural machinery engines with capacities of less than 4 L. In 2013, Deutz will start to supply its newly developed TCD 2.9 L4 and TCD 3.6 L4 engines to Same Deutz-Fahr, which manufactures agricultural equipment.
2010-07-29
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At the June session of the World Forum for the Harmonisation of Vehicle Regulations (also known as WP.29), a major update to the ECE Regulation on the protection of the occupants of commercial vehicle cabs, ECE Regulation No. 29, was adopted, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations.
2010-07-29
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As part of the completion of its corporate campus, which opened in 2009, General Motors broke ground recently for the GM China Advanced Technical Center. The new facility, which will be adjacent to the GM China International Operations and GM China headquarters in Shanghai, will develop advanced vehicle designs and technology solutions on a domestic and global basis.
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